Review of Torn Apart (Convergence #1) by J.M. Riddles

“We smell like sex, don’t we?” 


Genre: Fantasy Romance

Length: 232 Pages

POV: Third Person


As a priestess in the service of the dragon goddess, Halea must roam the land hunting demons and sealing tears caused by the Chaos Dimension that seeks to converge with their world. She has sworn an oath to devote herself only to her goddess, and if necessary, will even die for her mission.

One day she discovers that her beloved childhood friend, Varg, has survived the devastation of the last convergence and has since risen to become the alpha of his people, the lycans. Together they battle the forces of Chaos, but when Varg wants Halea to be his mate, she is torn between her oath and her desire to be with the Wolf King who loves her. Only a blood sacrifice can stop the coming of the next convergence, and with Halea’s life on the line, Varg will do anything to save her.

*Warning: Mature content and language not intended for anyone under the age of eighteen.

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received this book free from the author.*

Halea was born to be a priestess. It was what she’d spent her life training for. But normal humans were scared of her. Her strength. Her speed. He was not. Varg was a lycan and he just didn’t like puny humans…until her.

“I’ve missed you so much. I’m greedy, and I don’t care. I want every moment I can have with you.”

Halea is dedicated to her cause, to her people, and to her heart. Just as much as Varg. Only problem she had was that a priestess couldn’t have attachments. She couldn’t mate with him. She had a job to do first and foremost.

Varg goes from a scrappy cub to a fierce alpha and Wolf King. He tries to be the best leader he can, but he’d sacrifice all for her. He’d lost her once, he was never losing her again.

“”Varg, if you do this the world will be destroyed. There is no other way!”

“Then let the world be damned,” he said as he walked away.”

Their love and dedication to each other develops over the years, moving from friendship to more, especially after they both thought each other lost.

Torn Apart is a non-stop, what’s going to happen next?, oh my goodness did they just do that? kind of book. However, you spend half the book getting back to where it began, which is probably why I couldn’t put it down because honestly the first half is a little slow, but then it gets even more addicting.

I do have to say that it felt complete, until the last two sentences!

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.


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